European Opinion

Some say a second referendum is now the only way out, though critics argue that a so-called People's Vote would destroy faith in democracy - given the country already voted in 2016.

Brexit stretches arcane British parliament to breaking point

The problem with the EU is ‘we don’t really know who is running it,’ said the former UK foreign secretary.

How do you kick EU ‘bastards’ out, asks Boris Johnson

“We think that our country can only be strong if we stick to our identity, if we stick to our heritage when it comes to history, religion, or culture": Szijjarto

Hungary: EU Wrong to Push Aside Christianity and National Identity, ‘Parallel Societies’ Dangerous

Angela Merkel's Germany dodge EU rules by using the country's constitution.

How Merkel’s Germany is legally allowed to ignore EU rules all other nations cave in to

Could EU energy security be guaranteed without Nord Stream 2?

Political arguments concerning the EU’s energy security are dominating the current row over whether the Russia-led gas pipeline project Nord Stream 2 should go ahead. But could the bloc do without the extra supplies?

It’s a No Deal the people want. They’ll settle for nothing less.

Remainers Don’t Love the European Union. They Just Loathe Britain

Iran's terror campaign is not directed only at the West's democratic ally in the Middle East, but also at Europe itself.

In 1938, the leaders of France and Britain signed the Munich Agreement with Hitler and Mussolini. Today’s short-sighted effort by Europe to appease Tehran for profit is simply a replica of its 1938 surrender.

Emmanuel Macron is under huge pressure following weeks of violent protests.

EU To Implode: Bloc must ‘change now’ after one of its ‘worst years’ in history – experts

Prof Winters suggested populism could put "integration off the table".

Juncker’s dreams of United States of EU ended – ‘This puts integration off the table!’

The European Union could collapse if a new financial crisis targets the euro.

Brussels in ‘vulnerable’ position and THIS ‘could prove fatal’ predicts expert.

In essence, the people’s revolt against Macronism speaks to a profound crisis of legitimacy among the 21st-century political class and a willingness within the public to kick up a fuss about things they might previously have been silent about.

The ‘gilet jaunes’ — or yellow-vests, after the hi-vis vests they wear — are in rebellion against Macron’s hikes in fuel tax.